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    Weekly Trade Ideas Newsletter: GBPUSD, S&P 500 & SPI 200 – April 26th to 30th, 2021

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    Commentary Disclaimer: This should not be considered financial advice or a recommendation to trade or invest in any financial product. Your personal financial circumstances and risk limits have not been taken into consideration in the below analysis and comments.

    GBPUSD – Spot

    Key levels: 1.3570, 1.3620, 1.3671, 1.3702, 1.3760, 1.3917, 1.4002, 1.4236

    Price Action: Last Friday, price formed an Inside Bar pattern just above the 1.3848 short-term support level (Not possible to trade given the width of the Mother Bar and position of the Inside Bar). Late last week, price invalidated the bullish Pin Bar signal that had formed at the 1.3917 short-term support level early last week (We did not consider trading this signal, as we preferred to buy on a deeper pullback – discussed in April 22nd members newsletter). Earlier last week, price surged aggressively from the Bullish Fakey + Giant Tailed Bar setup that had formed within the 1.3671 – 1.3759 key support range over a week ago (Price initially false break down below the inside bar pattern that we discussed in the previous newsletter, before aggressively reversing back up to form a Bullish Fakey setup).

    Potential Trade Idea: We are still considering trading longs on retracement lower to within the range of the Bullish Fakey +  Giant Tailed Bar setup (second chance entry), whilst price remains above the 1.3671 – 1.3759 key support range.

    NOTE – You can trade Spot GBPUSD via the trading platform we use HERE.

    S&P500 – Cash

    Key levels: 3730, 3868, 3965, 3989, 4192

    Price Action: Last Friday, price broke out above the recent Inside Bar pattern that had formed just under the all-time highs mid-last week (discussed in the April 22nd newsletter). Over a week ago, price formed a Bullish Pin Bar signal near the recent highs, after surging higher from an ultra-small Inside Bar pattern that had formed well above the 3965 – 3989 key support zone around three weeks ago (discussed in the April 19th weekly newsletter).

    Potential Trade Idea:

    Trade Idea 1: We are still considering trading longs on a deep retracement lower, and after a price action buy signal on the daily chart time frame, at or just above the 3965 – 3989 support zone.

    Trade Idea 2: Aggressive traders might still consider trading longs on the Inside Bar break-out (Price is just starting to break-out from this pattern), in anticipation of the recent bullish momentum continuing and taking prices to new all-time highs.

    NOTE – You can trade S&P 500 Cash via the trading platform we use HERE

    SPI 200 – Cash

    Key levels: 6511, 6561, 6658, 6761, 6862, 6900, 6920, 7088

    Price Action: Price formed a bearish Tailed Bar signal just under the recent all-time highs late last week (We did not consider trading this signal as it had formed near the all-time highs, was counter-trend, and was just above the major support zone – discussed in the April 23rd newsletter). Earlier last week, price surged aggressively after a retracement lower to the 6900 – 6920 major support zone (We had been considering trading longs on a retracement lower to that major support range – discussed in last Tuesday’s newsletter). Last Tuesday, price broke below the Pin Bar + Inside Bar combo pattern that had formed at all-time highs earlier this week, we had only been considering trading a breakout of this pattern, however, this breakout didn’t trigger.

    Potential Trade Idea: We are still considering trading longs on a deep retracement lower and/or after a price action buy signal, at or just above the 6862 – 6920 major support zone.

    NOTE – You can trade SPI 200 Cash via the trading platform we use HERE.

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    Chart Commentary Disclaimer: Nial Fuller’s and Learn To Trade The Market’s analysis and comments below should not be considered financial advice or a recommendation to trade or invest in any financial product. Your personal financial circumstances and risk limits have not been taken into consideration in the below analysis and comments. This newsletter is for general educational purposes only. Do not blindly buy and sell the financial products discussed in this newsletter. Always do your own analysis and research and be expressly aware of the risks and rewards in trading or investing in any financial product.

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    Nial Fuller

    About Nial Fuller

    is a Professional Trader, Investor & Author who is considered ‘The Authority’ on Price Action Trading. His blog is read by over 200,000+ followers and he has taught 25,000+ students since 2008. In 2016, Nial won the Million Dollar Trader Competition. Checkout Nial's Professional Trading Course here.
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    1. Mr Ali

      Thanks sir, appreciate the good work .

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    2. Laurette Vinson

      Will wait for the pull back to enter the GBPUSD long at a level or PA signal. Asked this before but did not see where the answer was ? US trader looking for a demo with New Your charts if there is one so the candles will look closer to yours.
      Thanks for your time on all of the trade ideas.

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    3. Moses

      Thank You

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    4. Mr Ali

      Thanks sir, really appreciating all the good work sir

      Reply
    5. Rehan Azmi

      Thanks…Sir Fuller.

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